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Warning Chock Wheels Before Loading And Unloading Sign

Housekeeping & Traffic Control, 1 each
As Low As $15.00
Remind workers to keep areas clean or watch for dangerous traffic.   Read More 

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$15.00 - $35.00

Description

Remind workers to keep areas clean or watch for dangerous traffic.
  • Bright colors and easy-to-read legends help ensure safety and facility compliance
  • Helps you meet 29 CFR 1910.145 by indicating specific hazards that may, without identification, lead to accidental injury or property damage
  • Available in two sizes and three compositions to suit your use and budget
  • Long-lasting, pre-drilled aluminum signs offer superior resistance to abrasion, chemicals, weather, splashes and washdowns
  • Indoors or sheltered outdoors, plastic pre-drilled signs are an economical choice for light-duty or temporary use on flat or slightly-curved surfaces
  • Indoors or out, Dura-Vinyl material provides exceptional flexibility and performance and features high-gloss film to resist UV rays, water, chemicals and abrasion
  • Keep your facility looking professional while providing clear safety information

Specifications

Color Black on Orange
Category Housekeeping & Traffic Control
Solution Signs
Sold as 1 each
Weight SGN1002-10X14-ALM - 0.52 lbs.
SGN1002-10X14-PLS - 0.3 lbs.
SGN1002-10X14-VYL - 0.08 lbs.
SGN1002-7X10-ALM - 0.27 lbs.
SGN1002-7X10-PLS - 0.14 lbs.
SGN1002-7X10-VYL - 0.04 lbs.
Composition Aluminum, Plastic or Vinyl
UNSPSC 55121704

Reviews






Based on 1 reviews





By SUE

10/2/2013

Very visible

This sign is very visible and clear to read. We have it on all our loading dock doors so all drivers see it before entering the building. As a reminder to them to make sure they chock their wheels.

Additional Information

  • 29 CFR 1910.1200
    Under OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard, employers must evaluate hazards present at the facility, communicate those hazards to employees, and teach them how to avoid the hazards.
  • 29 CFR 1910.145
    Safety signs are to be used in facilities to, "define specific hazards…that may lead to accidental injury to workers or the public, or both, or to property damage."
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